WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--United States Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley will be among the distinguished speakers at the Israeli-American Council (IAC)’s fourth annual Israeli-American Council National Conference, which will take place November 3-6 in Washington, D.C.
“Ambassador Nikki Haley is a tireless defender of America’s most sacred values – and closest friends – at the United Nations. We are honored and thrilled to host this great leader and passionate champion of the U.S.-Israel relationship at the Israeli-American Council’s National Conference,” said IAC Co-Founder and Chairman Adam Milstein.
“At this critical time in the history of America, Israel, and the Jewish people, we are bringing together an unprecedented number of change makers and thought leaders to engage with our community on the issues that matter most. Ambassador Haley’s unique vision and keen insight will contribute significantly to this conversation at the conference,” said IAC co-founder and CEO Shoham Nicolet.
Other speakers will include Israel's Minister of Education and Diaspora Affairs Naftali Bennet, former Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Ron Prosor, Grammy-award winning violinist and humanitarian Miri-Ben Ari, and behavioral economics professor and influential thinker Dr. Dan Ariely. The conference will also feature additional speakers across a range of fields, from business and philanthropy, to technology and education, to politics and social change.
For more information or to register for the conference please visit https://www.israeliamerican.org/conference.
To attend, press must register at www.israeliamerican.org/conference.
About the IAC: Headquartered in Los Angeles, the IAC is committed to building an engaged and united Israeli-American community that strengthens our next generations, the American Jewish community, and the State of Israel. The IAC strives to achieve these goals through programs and events for all ages—and by empowering and supporting a wide array of non-profit organizations within the Israeli-American community. For more information about the Israeli-American Council, please visit www.israeliamerican.org.